Interpatch movements in spatially structured populations: a literature review

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We used published data of individuals moving among habitat patches to answer questions pertaining to frequency of interpatch movements and subsequent effects on population dynamics. A review of 415 published articles produced data for 89 species-system combinations where movements were recorded in sufficient detail to include in our analysis. The percentage… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/B:LAND.0000018357.45262.b9

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@article{Bowne2004InterpatchMI, title={Interpatch movements in spatially structured populations: a literature review}, author={David R. Bowne and Michael A. Bowers}, journal={Landscape Ecology}, year={2004}, volume={19}, pages={1-20} }